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A recent Madison Commons article about eating locally caught fish and EJ

A recent Madison Commons article about eating locally caught fish and EJ
 From Madison Commons: Advisories on eating fish from local lakes may not be reaching all  By Yilang Peng     |  Thu, 10/17/2013 - 10:19am Fish from Madison’s lakes contain contaminants that can pose adverse health effects to people who consume them. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has issued recommendations…

Still Invisible: The Risks of Eating Locally Caught Fish from Polluted Waters

Still Invisible: The Risks of Eating Locally Caught Fish from Polluted Waters
MEJO's first project involved toxins in locally caught fish in Madison, Wis. What we had expected to be a two month project--installing fish consumption advisory signs along lake shorelines--turned into two-year fight against the intransigence of public officials. Even then, flush with a small victory, we were hopeful that the…

Monona Bay Fish Advisory Sign & Fish Fry

Monona Bay Fish Advisory Sign & Fish Fry
Brittingham Park at Monona Bay on Lake Monona, Madison, Wisconsin - September 2006 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fish advisory signs installed to highlight need for official action Environmental justice activists and anglers place signs around Monona Bay (MADISON, Wis.)—Sixty people gathered at Brittingham Park on Thurs., Sept. 20 to make and install fish consumption…

Fish Advisory Signs Victory!

In recognition of the human health concerns of eating locally caught fish, the City of Madison and Dane County has authorized the Public Health Department to place fish consumption advisory signs along public fishing shorelines in city and county parks. Signs will be installed in the spring before fishing season…